Bicycle Master Plan Includes policies and implementation measures to create safe bicycling opportunities throughout the City.
Pedestrian Master Plan Sets forth the policy, design standards and implementation plan to create a pedestrian friendly environment within the City.
Estuary Policy Plan Includes objectives and policies to enhance the Oakland waterfront as a resource for the City. The Estuary Policy Plan (EPP) is considered part of the General Plan and supersedes the General Plan for the Estuary shoreline, extending from Adeline Street to 66th Avenue, including all of the lands on water side of I-880 within Port and City of Oakland jurisdiction. See also link to Port of Oakland’s website for additional information about the EPP.
Historic Preservation Element Provides the goals, policies and actions to encourage the preservation of older buildings, districts and other physical features with historic value.
Housing Element Provides an assessment of the need for housing and an inventory of housing; statement of the goals with regard to housing residents; and a program for providing the needed amount of housing throughout the City.
Noise Element Analyzes and quantifies the existing and projected noise levels from noise sources such as traffic, commercial and aviation activities, and includes implementation measures to address any foreseeable noise problems.
Safety Element Includes a policy framework to guide the public decision making process with regard to safety hazards including public safety, geologic hazards, fire, flooding and hazardous materials. In 2012, the City adopted its Local Hazard Mitigation Plan as an appendix of the Safety Element (see Appendix F).
Scenic Highways Addresses the preservation and enhancement of attractive roadways and major thorough fares traversing the City.